HALLA (NOW HOLLY)
ADOPTED DECEMBER 2019
I am so glad I brought Holly home just prior to the start of the pandemic, she has been great company (she is very talkative) and her age (20 years) does not slow her down much! She had no problem with using the cat door to get to her litterbox and made herself at home from the start. She quickly trained me to give her treats on her bed and runs in that direction when I pick up the container. Senior cats are the best! -Kristin B.
MACY (NOW MAIZY)
ADOPTED OCTOBER 2015
I had two bassets and one was dying of nose cancer. I thought Gracie only had a few more days. Friends came in to say goodbye. I adopted 3 month old MAIZY and brought her home.
Gracie became a puppy. They were instant friends. All 3 dogs ran around and played. Gracie lasted an additional 3 months. Izzy, my big basset was around for two more years. I miss my bassets, but MAIZY is a wonderful sweet dog. -Betsy K.
ADOPTED OCTOBER 2020
We adopted Delilah on October 5th from Cape Ann Animal Aid. She has been a wonderful addition to our lives. She is almost 8 months old now, and she has already learned sit, down, paw, wait, stay, and now we’re working on high five! She is such a smart little girl. She is also the biggest cuddle bug, always loves to cuddle up next to you at the end of the day. Delilah has a big brother, Thor! They love to play together. Delilah loves to give kisses, play fetch with sticks, and has an obsession with ice cubes! She has such a great personality. We are so lucky to have her. Thank you to Cape Ann Animal Aid for all you did when she was with you as a puppy to care for her and show her love. -Chris H.
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